A Note About Dog RPG

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A Note About Dog RPG

Post  Guest on Sat Apr 18, 2009 2:21 am

For those who are role playing dogs, there are some guidelines that you can follow. Please keep in mind that when we say “dogs”, this could mean wolves, hyenas, African wild dogs, domesticated dogs, or simply a domesticated dog gone wild.

Domesticated dogs are animals that live with a human, eat artificial food and don’t hunt for themselves. They do not belong to a pack, and depend on their human.

Wild dogs are animals that hunt in a pack, have a mate, and have a similar hierarchy to that of the cats. They hunt food for themselves and their pack, pursuing large prey such as moose and deer.

The pack hierarchy for these creatures are as follow:

Alpha: The Leader of the pack, and most strongest.
Beta: the advisor and most loyal and trusted member of the pack. They help the leaders with decisions, and take the place of alpha when the leaders are away.
Delta: the apprentice of the betas. They help the betas and eventually obtain the beta rank if they choose to do so. They can stay a delta though if they prefer.
Sentinel: the territory protector of the pack. The sentinal is the first to greet stranger wolves, and to determine if they are safe around the pack.
Lead Hunter: the lead hunter orchestrates the hunts. They help the rest of the a pack get in the formation they need to attack the prey, and they are the ones who lead the charge.
Hunter: the hunters provide food for the pack. Under the instructions and guidance of the lead hunter, they take down the prey.
Omega: the omegas may have one of the lowest ranks, but they are some of the most vital members of the pack. They protect the pups, and when there are no pups, they take the role of the hunter rank.
Pup: the pups are the future of the pack. Once they are old enough, they can reach any of the ranks above, but have to go through each one in order.

More positions include:

Hunters, Warriors, Healers, Pup-sitters, Pup-teachers, Territory Protectors and Elders.

Any questions? Post them in the help/ FAQ part of this forum.

Thank you,



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